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create more demand. and demand creates jobs. and so that is part of what -- reporter: he says a new president could come in and cancel president obama's executive action. all eyes ready to watch. mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and that speech is just about to start. we join fox coverage now. presentation. >> and good evening from fox world headquarters in new york. i'm shepard smith. the president is about to speak to the nation from the white house him officials say he will announce the biggest changes to the nation's immigration system in decades affecting nearly, they tell us. 5 million people who came to this country illegally. some will be eligible for work perms to avoid deportation. others can apply for a program that start some will be eligible for work permits, others can apply for a program that started in
2012 to let young immigrants stay here in the united states. the dreamers. whose parents brought them to the nation. according to white house the president is calling for accountability, not amnesty. the feds will focus on deporting criminals and people who recently crossed the boarder. he will use his lawful authority to deall of this. republican leaders claim he is going too far and they are promising to take steps to stop the president. mitch mcconnell says the president will regret taking the executive action. tonight according to those remarks the president is to say to lawmakers who question his actions he has one answer, pass a bill. something that they have done in the senate but have not been able to do in the house. this is a political football no doubt and no matter what the particulars of what is said
tonight you can expect republicans to take this all the way to capitol hill. >> tonight i would like to talk to you about immigration. for 200 years of rudition of wellcock -- tradition has given us an advantage. kept us youthful, dynamic, it has shaped our character as a people with limitless possibilities. able to remake ourselves as we choose. but today our immigration system is broken. everybody knows it. family whose enter our country the right way and play by the rules watch others flout the rules. business owners who offer good wages see the competition exploit undocumented immigrants by paying them less. all of us take offense to anyone who reaps the rewards
without taking on the responsibilities of living in america. and undocumented immigrants who want to embrace the responsibilities see little option but to remain in the shadows or risk their families being torn apart. it has been this way for decades. for decades we haven't done much about it. when i took office i committed to fixing this broken immigration system and i began by doing what i could to secure the boarders. today we have more technology deployed to secure our boarder than at any time in our history. over the past six years illegal boarder crossings have been cut by more than half. although this summer the was a brief spike -- there was a brief spike the number of children is now lower than in two years. over all the number of people trying to cross our boarder illegally is at its lowest
level since the 1970s. those are the facts. meanwhile i worked with congress on a fix and last year 68 democrats, republicans and independents came together to pass a bipartisan bill in the senate. it wasn't perfect. it was a compromise. it would have doubled the number of boarder patrol agents and givingundocumented immigrants a path way -- and giving undocumented immigrants a path way to citizenship. -- had the house allowed that kind of bill a simple yes or no vote they would have passed with support from both parties. and today it would be the law. but for a year and a half now republican leaders in the house have refused to allow that simple vote. i continue to believe the best way to solve this problem is by
working together to pass that kind of common sense law. but till that happens there are actions i have legal authority to take as president, the same kinds of actions actions taken by perez dependents before me that will make the system more fair and more just. tonight i am announcing those aces. first, we will build on our progress at the boarder with additional resources for law enforcement personnel so they can stem the flow of illegal crossing and speed the return of those who do crossover. second, i will make it easier and faster for high skilled immigrants, graduates and entrepreneurs to stay and contribute to the economy as so many business leaders proposed. third, we will take steps to deal responsibilitiy with the millions of undocumented immigrants who already live in our country. i want to say more about this
because it generates the most passion and controversy. even as we are a nation of immigrants, we are a nation of laws. undocumented immigrants broke our immigration laws and i believe they must be held accountable. especially those who may be dangerous. that is why over -- gang members, not a mom who is irking with hard to provide for her kids. we will prioritize like law enforcement does every day. even as we focus on deporting crimmials, millions of immigrants still live here
illegally. let's be honest, tracking down, rounding up and deporting millions of people -- you. it's also not who we are as americans. after all, most of these immigrants have been here a long time. they work hard, often in tough low paying jobs they support their families. they worship at their churches. many of the kids are american born or spend mote of their lives here, their dreams and patriotism are just like ours. as my predecessor, problem once put it they are a part of american life. now here's the thing we expect people who live in this country to play by the rules. we expect that those who cut the line will not be unfairly rewarded. so we're going to offer the following deal if you have been in america for more than five years, if you have children who are american citizens or legal residents if you register pass
a criminal background check and you are willing to pay your fair share of taxes you will be able apply to stay in this country temporarily without fear of deportation. you can come out of the shadows and get right with the law that's what this deal is. -now, let's be clear about what it isn't. this deal does not apply to anyone who has come to this country recently. because it does not apply to anyone who might come to america illegally in the future. it does not grant citizenship or the right no say her permanently or offer benefits citizens receive. only congress can do that. all we're saying is we're not going to deport you. i know some of the critics of this action calm it amnesty. well, it's not. amnesty is the immigration system we have today, millions of people who live here without paying tacks or fol league the
rules politicians whip our votes at election time. that's real amnesty, leaving this broken system the way it is. mass amnesty would be unfair, mass deportation would be both possible and contrary to our character. what i'm describing is accountability. a common sense middle ground approach. if you meet the criteria, can you come out of the shadows anp get right with the law. if you are a criminal, you will be deported. if you plan to enter the u.s. illegally, your chances of getting caught and sent back just went up. the actions i'm taking are not only lawful they are the actions by every democratic and republican president for the past half century. to those members of congress who question my authority to make my immigration system work better or question the wisdom of me acting where congress has failed i have one answer pass
a bill. i want to work with both partys to pass a more permanent legislative solution and the day i sign that bill into law the actions i take will no longer will necessary. meanwhile, don't let a disagreement over a single issue be a deal breaker on every issue. it's not how our democracy works and congress certainly shouldn't shut down our government again just because we disagree on this. americans are tired of gridlock and what our country needs from us right now is a common purpose a higher purpose. most americans support the types of reforms i talked about tonight but i understand the disagreements held by many of you at home. millions of us, myself included, go back generations in this country with ancestors who put in the painstaking work to become sitss, so we don't like
the notion that anyone will get a free pass to citizenship. it won't change the fab breck of who we are or take our jobs or stick it to the middle class who feel they've gotten a deal for decade. i share those concerns, that's not what these steps would do. our history and the facts show that immigrants are a net plus for our economy and our society. i believe it's sporpt all of us have this debate without impugning each other's character because for all the back and forth of walk, we have to remember that this debate is about something beger him it's about who we are as a country. who we want to be for future generations. generations. >> are we a nation that tolerates hypocrisy that workers that pick our fruit and make our beds never have a chance to fet right with the law or are we aflation to give them chance to
make amends take responsibility and give their kids a better future? are we a nation that accepts the cruelty of ripping children from their parents' arms or are we a nation that values families and works together to keep them together? are we a nation that educates the best and brighters only to send them home to businesses or countries that compete against us or are we a nation that encourages them to stay, create jobs here create industries here right here in america? that's what this debate is all about. we need more than politics as usual when it comes to immigration. we need reason, thoughtful, compassionate debate that focuses on our hopes not our fears. i know the politics is a short time, but let me tell you why i
have come to feel so strongly about it. over the past years, i've stein determination of immigrant fathers who worked two or three jobs without taking a dime from the government and at risk any moment of losing it all just to build a better life for their kids. i've seen the heart break and anxiety of children whose mothers might be taken away from them just because they didn't have the right papers. i've seen the courage of students who except for the circumstances of their birth are as american as malia or sasha, students who bravely come out as undocumented in hopes they can make a difference in the country they love these people, our neighbors our classmates, our friends, they did to the come here in search of a free ride or an easy life. they came to work and study and serve in our military around above all contribute to
america's success and tomorrow i'll travel to las vegas and meet with some of these students, including a young woman, shelves brought to america when she was four-years-old. her only possessions were a cross her doll, and the frilly dress she had on. when she started school she didn't speak any english. she caught up to other kids by reading newspapers and watching pbs. and she became a good student. her father worked in landscaping, her mom cleaned other people's homes. they wouldn't let her apply to a technology magnet school not because they didn't love her, because they were afraid the paperwork would out her as an undocumented immigrant. so she applied behind their back and got in still she mostly lichd in the shadows until her grandmother who visited every
year in mexico passed away. she couldn't travel to the funeral without risk of being found out and deported. it was around that time she started to begin advocateing for herself and others leak her and today she is a college student working on her third degree. with we a nation that kicks out a striebing hopeful immigrant or are we a nation that finds a way to welcome her in? . scripture tells us that we shall not oppress a stranger for we know the heart of a stranger. we were strangers once too, my fellow americans, we are and always will be a flakes of immigrants. we were strangers once, too. and whether our forebearers were strangers who crossed the atlantic or the pacific or the
rio grande, we are here only because this country welcomes them in and taught them to be an american is nothing more than what we look like what our last names were or how we worship, what makes us americans is our shared commitment to an idea that haul of us are created equal and all of us have the chance to make of our lives what we we will. that's the country our parents and grandparents and jen railingss before them built for us. that's the tradition we must uphold. that's the legacy we must leave for those who are yet to come. thank you. god bless you and god bless this country we love. >> president obama at the white house live laying out his plans for immigration reform such that you can at his level, now
it's the congress, where republicans will begin anew. continuing coverage on this fox station tonight on your late local news, analysis begins right now on the "o'reilly factor on satellite and cable. i will see you on that same the president just wrapped up his address to the county on immigration. we just heard from the president, he has three goals he talked about the fact he said we are and always have been a nation of immigrants. he said we all came from somewhere else no matter if you dross the atlantic or the
pacific. stories we hear immigrants coming from mexico. >> you are looking at pictures of watch party. ktvu's mike mibach is there. some cheering. they like what they heard. there is an estimate 12 million people who are here illegally. this could impact 5 million people. the president will sign this executive action tomorrow in las vegas. among those people tomorrow will be a girl who was brought here at four with her parents with nothing, nothing but the dress on her back. she did well in school. she is now a college student and the president said are we a nation that wants to kick out people like that or are we a nation that welcomes people like her in. mike mibach is ready in san francisco. mike, we just saw people hugging immediately after the president stopped talking.
i can tell the reaction there is very strong. >> reporter: very strong indeed and very emotional. local 87, they are janitors in san francisco. their leader is joining me now. off the top, as the president addressed the nation, i saw tears in your eyes, please tell us your thoughts right now. >> you know what, a lot of -- emotionally charged day. there was an earlier call we had, it was a big deal because 800 of my members lost their jobs and they had been working as janitors, they weren't taking anybody job but it provided for them and their families and they lost everything. they still have yet to find jobs and i am glad the president addressed that. these are hard working families. they are not criminals. and the families that are in
this room right now felt that finally their voices were being heard. it is incredible 30 years ago my mom was able to benefit by becoming a citizen. i challenge, i challenge our workers, working fallallies will be -- families will be saying deal with it, work with it. we want to provide for our families. today is really historical. >> reporter: at the time of the speech the president said the system is broke. some folks today on the streets said this is a band aid. this isn't the real fix. the policies are old. do you agree this is a bandaid and the grimgration laws is old -- immigration laws is old?
>> it is not a band aid. it is absolutely important that people know that there is allotted of work to be done -- there is a lot of folks that won't be able to qualify. so we are happy that the window was more close. thank you. >> reporter: thank you for taking the time. the president of the local 87 year. a lot of people in this room also gave out a clap, a cheer when they heard the president call out congress. their failure to acted. we heard the president talk about that. thinking back to 2006, the immigration act, two senators, the democrat from massachusetts, the republican
from arizona, come together to talk about legalization, tighter boarders. worker programs. that never even got to a vote. and president bush said he was disappointed in congress. that seems to be the theme in san francisco tonight. definitely in this room. very much so, a lot of cheers for the president and what he said, president obama and what he said tonight. >> a quick question, we heard that woman say she started crying, was it quiet in there as president obama was talking, what was the mood like? >> reporter: it was quiet. it was definitely quiet. she started crying when he talked about personal stories. it started getting loud when he nailed the three points, talking about what his plan was all about. when he said that many of these undocumented immigrants can now apply to be legal here in the u.s. not have that fear of
being deported. that was loudest cheer that got those here cheering. >> come out of the shadows. thank you. mike mibach. watching the president along with us live, we will check back in with mike and have more on the president's address. in the meantime we have other news to talk about. including the weather. the rain eased up now but it caused a lot of problems for people across the bay area tonight. this is video from earlier. you can see it was really coming down and there is still green on the radar. more about that when we come back.
if you spend a few minutes outside this morning you would have been soaked. this is what it looked like around noon outside our ktvu channel 2 news pseudojoes. you can hear the -- studios. you can hear the rain. it duddant stop them from cast -- didn't stop them from casting a line and it was coming down in san francisco. slick there. umbrellas out. and people dodging puddles. the bay area needs the rain. but today showers made it tough for drivers to get around. ktvu's noelle walker is live on highway 24 where it is wet out there. >> reporter: yeah. and getting wetter as we speak. the rain is starting starting to come down. i talked to a driver who expected to be really busy today. it made the roads more safe however we saw a few thunder benders and a few drivers going faster than they should for
these conditions. >> reporter: when the speed limit says 55 miles per hour but the traffic is a blur bad things can happen. >> raining very hard. >> reporter: he hit a pot hole. and then a puddle. >> once that happened it was over. started sliding everywhere. >> the car he owned for just three months is headed for the shop. >> people forgot what rain is. been so long. >> reporter: it is his fifth tow today. >> less than usual. >> but rain or shine -- >> i am wet. it is okay. happy to do this. >> reporter: for anyone working in the rain it is a marathon and a sprint. >> i don't feel cold because i am moving all the time. >> it is hard. >> reporter: packages hardly
have time to get wet. >> not safe. the rain is not safe. >> reporter: that driver told me he was just grateful he and his girlfriend weren't hurt. it could have been much worse but he thinks it is just cosmetic damage. coming up tonight at 6:00 p.m. we talk to people who found the rainbow in all the clouds. reporting live noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. let's talk more about our weather, our chief meteorologist bill martin. >> reports of thunder and lightning in the peninsula. to be expected as the front passed through. we are seeing instability. the afternoon commute. these are the accumulations. more impressive than yesterday.
petaluma despite 71. san francisco .52. double the rainfall from this system than yesterday's system which is good. that is the satellite. there goes the front. come in close. lightning strikes. here is 1 strike here showing up on the radar. we have showers now. about 680, concord. you know this is going to be slow go. the yellow areas, that is moderate rainfall. windshields off the golden gate bridge, windshields going on full there. you can see over here, san jose, now, you are starting to see the heavier shower activity. if i back it out here. coming out a little bit. you can see cupertino getting heavy rain. we had reports of heavy showers with thunderstorms. i don't see those showing up now. if i put a loop on it. watch them pop in. real quick.
back it up. real quick. lightning strikes up in the hills there. definitely one of those deal wheres we could see -- deals where we could see lightning strikes and thundershowers. the winds outside right now are calm. this storm a good size rain producer. it will die down tonight. it will get cool tonight and the fog is coming back tonight. this is system number two. here is your friday. right? dries out. cloudy. dries out. system number three. remember? not giant. but it will bring us -- what? inch of rain. inch of rain on saturday. right now the timing on this weather system appears to be showing up in the morning hours on saturday and perhaps clearing out in the afternoon. the timing is still a ways off. wind with this as well. snow at pass level now. more snow on saturday. saturday's rain, that is what
we are looking forward to. 35 miles per hour, quarter inch of rain, bigger than the last two. so as we look at the rain time -- or highs for tomorrow. 59 fairfield. these highs under partly cloudy skies. nice day tomorrow. transitioning to your saturday. more showers tonight. scattered showers. that is all dying down. friday is a nice looking day. saturday afternoon it clears out. more productive today with this weather. it is hitting the afternoon commute. snow in the mountains right now. no warnings or watches. just rain. >> ready for the daddy bear storm. thank you. tuition for hundreds of thousands of students in california will be going up. >> impacts middle class families.
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5:00 p.m. >> university of california students vowing action after vote that means getting an education will cost more. today uc board of regents voted to increase tuition for the next 5 years. that means in state tuition will jump by $600. ktvu's john fowler was at the meeting. >> reporter: protesters arrived and held signs outside. inside trying to disrupt the vote. it wasn't close. 14-7 in favor of the hike. >> i am absolutely devastated. i have three jobs. i can't afford to go to school. >> reporter: she is a straight a computer science major. >> i have two years to go. >> reporter: students promised retaliation, a day of action
monday and more. >> planning on organizing boycotts and redistributed this pain you are inflicting on us. >> reporter: 5% a year for 5 years is a 28% increase. a spokesman told us it is not set in stone. >> the state comes up with increases beyond what has been promised it could lower or get rid of it all together. >> reporter: some see this as a public fight over reforming the system. >> not having the reform discussions. it is a sad day for higher education. >> reporter: as police followed demonstrators out there are options to return some of the money legislators cut from funding. the urgency now is ratcheted up. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. 200 students are now occupying the university of california at berkeley campus
in protest of the increase. students studying, this afternoon. police did not try it get them to leave and organizers say this is a peaceful occupation. ktvu's rob roth will have a report at 6:00 p.m. with what the students say they want to see instead of a increase. police and counselors were on hand at a school after officers say someone attempted to kidnap a 12-year-old boy outside of the school. a man chased the boy as he was leaving the school yesterday afternoon. school officials say the boy ran and screamed. one parent described the incident as terrifying. >> worry about these kinds of things when they are in a safe environment and you don't want to think about this kind of stuff. the reality is you do. >> school officials are advising parents to have their
kids walk with a friend or in groups. police are hoping to interview witnesses and seeking to obtain surveillance video that may have captured what happened. tonight 2 investigates uncovers the cost of all that junk we have seen falling off cars and trucks on highways. cleaning it up is a bigger job than you think. our stale spent $61 million getting -- state spent $61 million getting the stuff off the roads. ktvu's eric rasmussen is here now with more. >> reporter: we didn't think it would come out to $81 million. -- $61 million. all of that taxpayer money is needed to clean up litter, debry and spills -- debris and spills. you probably scene them along the highway from time to time. they have to quickly get it off the roads because it poses a danger to everyone.
but they also say the taxpayer dollars are costing us in other ways too. >> a lot of pavement projects, bridge projects we could do. instead we are picking up litter and removing debris. >> reporter: can you look at the numbers and find areas to cut right now? >> we can always take a look and try to find efficiency. >> reporter: the amount of money spent on all of that debris removal is going up. it is up 35% from just 5 years ago. caltrans says unsecured loans play a big role in the problem. and they are trying to do more to get the worditute everyone about the im-- would out about the impact -- word out to everyone about the impact of littering. we will have that story and more tonight at 10:00 p.m. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2
news. >> 61 million. thank you. the port of oakland shut down today one day after a worker died on the job. longshoreman called called for the safety stand down after the death. he died yesterday while workingoon ship. -- working on a ship. there are reports he suffered an asthma attack and that lead to a heart attack. >> the jobs are more dangerous than police ask firefighters. it is something that has to be taken very seriously and a lot of investigation. >> the union says it is taking 24 hours to mourn the loss and to investigate what lead to the death. the port will be back in business tomorrow. san francisco trying again to bring the summer olympics to the bay area, which team is helping the city and the other cities competing to be host.
the 2024 games. giants president is leading the committee preparing the bid. previous attempts to host it fell short. los angeles, washington, d.c. and boston are also trying to be the u.s. nominee city. the committee is expected to decide next year whether to pursue the 2024 games. the locations of the next two world cups are uncertain after they said they will review a corruption investigation. they will review report alleging corruption in favor of russia and cutter hosting. the report cleared the way for the two countries. there are new claims the report is incomplete. it could lead the door open for
a revote. 7 other countries were in the running. including the united states. hearing in washington, d.c. on a air bag recall that regulators want expanded fashion wide. an executive for takata apologized for deaths or injuries but avoided questions about a recall. companies already strugging to meet the de-- struggling to meet the recall. the air bags explode with such force metal pieces shoot through the air. they caused 5 deaths and 9 serious injuries. including a woman who is now blind in her right eye. >> shrapnel shot through the air bag and embedded into my eye and cheek. i was incidentally blinded. >> another woman spoke claiming her sister was killed but that hasn't officially been established. the national transportation safety board pushed for a
national recall. the fall out over rape allegations continues to haunt bill cosby. several women claimed bill cosby assaulted them several years ago. the most recent is a former super model. she says she was drugged and raped by bill cosby in 1982. bill cosby refused to comment and was not pleased when asked about the issue during a interview a few weeks ago. >> there is no comment about that. and i tell you why, i didn't think you were told i -- i don't want to compromise your integrity but we don't -- i don't talk about it. >> they claim there was no agreement to avoid those questions. tv land dropped reruns of the cosby show and netflix postponed a special and nbc dropped a project to put him
back on prime time. drug enforcement administration arrested a man during a raid in oakland. dea officials say they served a search warrant and discovered 500 marijuana plants at the location. they arrested a 45-year-old. officials say during the raid a person believed to be connected to the marijuana grow was injured in a crash involving a police vehicle outside the location. investigators are not release details.
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new at 5:00 p.m. police used to rely on finger prints and witnesses but investigators are using home security cameras to catch criminals. ktvu's ann rubin is live with one family who is saying it already paid off. >> their home was burglarized and they found they were caught on camera. >> this is the camera here. caught everything. >> they installed it days before. >> this is the first thing we captured on it. >> drop cam. it turns on when it detects activity in the home. it caught two burglars in the
act. one showing his face very clearly. >> excited about that. contacted the police and the police were just as excited as we were. >> these cameras that upload to the cloud are a tool for law enforcement. >> it is more and more common. that is our first question, do you have a camera. >> reporter: this had audio too. showing how the men rang the door bell for 7 minutes before entering. how they used walkie-talkies to communicate and how they left a look out man outside and then the money shots of a face. >> we have a picture. picture speak as thousand words. here we are. we put that picture up. and people reach out to us. >> reporter: the sheriff's department put that out on facebook, twitter, instagram and youtube and the victims put the video out too.
>> inspector gadget for us. empowering. it does make you feel like there is something you can do. >> reporter: they took jewelry and while she knows she may never get it back she hopes to keep them from happening again. >> reporter: investigators say there has been an increase in property crime in the area and they are checking to see if this is linked to others. they already have leads but no arrests so far. >> the drop cams run $200 each. it is a small investment for a big pay off for investigators. . >> reporter: you are paying for the camera and then you pay for the service and investigators say it is a tremendous benefit for them. in fact, you know, the investigator has one at his house. >> thank you. students at san jose state university university are
calling for more action following the resignation of a board member accused of making racially offensive marks. students held a sit in to express their demands. the university has come underfire for the handing of a controversy -- handling of a controversy. now that she has resigned the students are requesting the implementation of anti-racism training on campus and an apology from the school. >> it is one thing to get them out of, you know, the university and not have to deal with that but who is to say it won't happen again. >> university leaders were at the sit in to hear the students' demands and let them know the progress they made. people at a middle school in the east bay town got a scare today. three students were taken to
the hospital after becoming sick. ktvu's john sasaki talked with the leaders who said there was nothing unusual that caused the children to get sick. >> reporter: on a rainy day middle school students seemed oblivious to the situation that brought emergency crews. >> we were called for a substance that was spilled. >> reporter: students were doing an assignment when some of them got sick. >> the experiment is finger printing experiment. chemtualss -- chemicals used in police departments. no mixing of the wrong chemicals. nothing like that. >> reporter: she said it happened in a classroom near hers. >> we had it stay in. >> reporter: no one outside the classroom was affected. >> there are 22 students.
we assessed them all. >> reporter: one mother said this wasn't the first time a science class caused problems. >> yesterday she felt ill after an experiment. i made sure it wasn't the same experiment that i had to pick her up yesterday. >> reporter: regarding yesterday's incident officials said they hadn't heard about it. the three students who were checked out at the hospital were back in class by the end of school. after they were taken to the hospital it took them an hour to return it to normal operations. john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. coming up new at 6:00 p.m. over staffed, that is how the inspector general described the hub in san francisco. the photos that show there are too many people working there but not enough work getting done. >> students continue to occupy wheeler hall at university of california at berkeley tonight. we will look at the growing financial burden the students say is too much to bear. that is coming up at 6:00 p.m.
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p.m. >> it is difficult to watch. a man held down and tasered by sheriff's deputies trying to book him into jail for drunk driving and tonight there are questions about whether the deputies went too far. good evening everyone. hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am julie haener. a man booked into jail says deputies beat him so badly he feared for his life and has permanent injuries. it was recorded and the video was released today ahead of the trial. new at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's katy eustis spoke with the man and the sheriff's office that says it falls within guidelines. >> reporter: the former inmate and his attorney disagree and they say after the trial they plan to file a lawsuit alleging excessive force. the video was taken inside the main jail in santa rosa. and as we said it is graphic. >> i thought i was going to
die. >> reporter: deputies recorded the booking as it became a struggle. his attorney calls the altercation a beating. >> he is being dog piled by a half dozen deputies, punching, kicking. taseing him. i count 20 taser deployments. >> reporter: the body strikes and taser deployments are within the use of force policy. >> i see a lot of humanity in there. i understand how it looks difficult, force looks difficult, but the goal is to get him to a safe place. >> the recording does not capture what led up to the struggle as the nurse examined the intoxicated man. >> rammed into the nurse, pulled on medical equipment he